A week ago, Algerian tech giant Algiers was one of the first sites to move to Google-owned HostGator, which had recently bought its former host provider.
Now, HostGators new CEO has moved on to a different project and has started to work on a new web hosting company.
The company, which has been renamed Webhosts, announced it will begin operating on Google’s cloud platform this month.
Algierian president Mohamed Bouazizi also announced in January that the country would start hiring staff from Google’s workforce and was looking for a new host provider to provide its services.
Algiers founder Ahmed Elou said that hosting will be a “big challenge” for his company.
In an interview with Ars, he said he had hoped to find a hosting company that would allow him to build his company from scratch.
“We’re a small company, we’ve never had any other hosting services.
We can’t really do anything.
We need to have a big team of people, a good team, but also to have enough money to be able to do it.”
“It is a big challenge to find something that can solve the problems of this market,” he said.
“If we don’t find a solution, the market is going to collapse.”
Elou’s company will have to move quickly, however, because he’s just a few weeks away from launching his new company.
Algerian authorities are expected to make a decision on whether or not the new company will be allowed to operate within the country by the end of the year.
“It’s really important for us to have some kind of a plan in place so that we can continue to do business,” Elou told Ars.
If I do this, we are going not to be the only ones that will suffer. “
There are some problems that are going to happen with this market.
In order to survive in this market, we have to have good partners and we need to get the most out of them.”